While mindfulness is noticing what’s ACTUALLY happening without judgment, guided visualizations can be a nice way of tuning into the sensations of an imagined experience.
Visualizations can help us to cultivate an intended state. If we apply the 3 pillars of neuro-plasticity (intensity, duration and frequency), we can wire these temporary mental states into character traits.
Many people use guided visualizations for feeling relaxed, cared about, or nice and sleepy.
Below are some free guided visualizations to try, depending on whatever mood you’re in.
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